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Malulo's International Seafood
Posted by neil on 03/13/2015
the food was fantastic. Our waiter was more than friendly, willing to tell us whatever we needed to know about Peruvian food. I highly recommend this place
Posted by Eve on 08/03/2014
Dingy place. Have tasted way better pervian food. Wouldnt recommend this place to no one..
Posted by Boston Eric on 04/15/2014
Highly recommend this place. The seafood is fresh, and the service great. You'd drive by it and not know you're missing this gem, it's hard to see from road. I'm glad we found it.
Posted by Jaifer on 08/30/2012
Excelent food, and great service. try lomo saltado. causa rellena de cangrejos, and ceviche of course !
Posted by Peruvian on 02/14/2012
The food is AMAZING, If you are looking for authentic Peruvian food this is the place. Good size dishes. Very clean and fresh food. Several places in FTL that claimed to be Peruvian are lacking the real seasoning that this place offers. I think they need to work on the service a bit more. Not a bad one but just a bit cold.
Posted by Tricia Luther on 01/29/2012
This is the best Peruvian food I've had in The Ft. Lauderdale/Broward County area. The quality of the food was excellent and the value is great. We had the fish and octopus ceviche and it was the best ceviche we've had since El Sol in Miraflores. If you like olives, try the octopus in olive sauce as an appetizer...awesome! The service was great, owner was very friendly and knowledgable. The inside is warm and comfortable, but by all means, nothing over the top. This will become a regular for me.
Posted by iRon_Mrx on 09/30/2011
We were looking for a replacement for the former Gold Coast restaurant in Coral Springs, and were lucky enough to find Malulo's. We had the raw fish and octopus slices marinated in lime juice ceviche, and the mushroom-shrimp Risotto, which I think is new on the menu. Both delicious, and expertly prepared. The host/server was friendly and knowledgeable, and spent time explaining Peruvian cuisine and culture. What a great dining experience. We must return many times because the extensive menu is just too much to cover in one or two visits. There are 10 different versions of ceviche alone. Now's a good time to go, once tourist season starts, it gets crowded. All credit cards accepted.